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Grade 12 Artisan Learnership Opportunities at Sasol Careers

Do you aspire to be a world class artisan? Are you a team player with good communication skills? Earn while you learn to become a qualified artisan at one of Sasol’s nationally accredited skills academies.
Be a part of shaping the future. Be a part of excellence. Be a part of one of the leading international integrated energy and chemical companies in South Africa by joining the 2017 Sasol Learnership Programme in Secunda and Sasolburg.
The successful candidates will follow a fulltime training programme which will qualify them to safely maintain the equipment of a Sasol plant or safely operate the production processes of such a plant.
Select one of the job titles below and ensure that you meet the minimum qualifying criteria in order to apply successfully:
  • Process Artisan
  • Electrical Artisan
  • Mechanical Fitter
  • Riggers
  • Welder
  • Fabrication
Requirements
  • To be considered for any of these, you need a National Senior Certificate or N3 with a pass in Maths, Science and English.
  • The selection process will require you to successfully complete psychometric testing, interviewing, a medical and fitness test as well as security and qualification verification.
How to apply
Applications close on 07 June 2017.
According to Sasol only applications received via SMS will be considered. To apply, SMS the keyword “LEARNER” to “33162”. The application process requires a maximum of 17 SMSs at R1.50 each and a person can apply only once.

Grade 12 Apprenticeship Jobs Programme at Nampak

Nampak invites applications for Can Making Apprenticeship opportunities based in Vanderbijlpark and Paarl. Upon successful completion of the 4-year apprenticeship and a final competence test Apprentices will receive a Trade Certificate in terms of Section 13 (12) of the Manpower Training Act, 1981.
Nampak is a manufacturer of nonperishable packaging for beverages and food, offers the largest number of packaging careers in Africa!
Requirements
  • Grade 12 or equivalent
  • Functional Mathematics and Science, minimum 50%
  • Technical understanding and mechanical aptitude
Note: Ensure you upload your CV, Gr12 Certificate/equivalent and ID Copy
How to apply
Applications close on 31 May 2017.

Internship Programme at Standard Bank Careers


More than a foot in the door, the Standard Bank Graduate Programme is a real chance to show them what you’ve got while developing your skills, gaining experience and contributing to real-world results.
Standard Bank is looking for high potential final year / Honours graduates for their 2018 Graduate Programmes. They seek candidates who are highly motivated, with a commercial focus and strong analytical ability. You should be able to think on your feet, enjoy a challenge, and demonstrate good attention to detail. Teamwork is key, and we look for those who can collaborate and are willing to roll up their sleeves to get the job done.
Their programmes give you a unique opportunity to realise your dreams. Take a look at what they offer.
  • Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB)
Can you see the possibilities in the development of Mozambique’s future gas reserves?” What if many countries – or even an entire continent – were dependent on that energy? Would be the banker to take on that challenge, to innovate, to be part of the growth of Africa? If the answer is yes, if you want in, then, you’re just the graduate we’re looking for. Our graduate programmes give you a one-of-a-kind opportunity to be more than a banker, to grow and develop in a team committed to seeing a continent realise its full potential. Explore your possibilities in all the areas of Corporate and Investment Banking. Take a look at what the Standard Bank CIB offers the following:
  1. Investment Banking Programme
  2. Transactional Products and Services
  3. Risk Graduate programme
  4. Global Markets programme
  5. Client Coverage Programme
  6. Technology Graduate programme
  7. Finance Graduate programme
  • Integrated Operational Risk (IOR) Programme
Uncover your crime-fighting potential by developing risk management proficiency in one of Standard Bank’s most stimulating environments. Operational Risk, Financial Crime Control and Information Risk are fast-paced, developing fields in the banking World
  • Group Shared Services and Group Real Estate Services Graduate Programme
Banking is not just for Bankers anymore; it’s for the innovators, the movers and shakers from various fields – and that’s just who our G² graduate programme is designed for.
  • Group compliance graduate programme
Our Group Compliance graduate programme has developed over the years to align with the changing regulatory and compliance landscape. Now, in 2017, this graduate programmes will equip you with the necessary knowledge, practical understanding and operational experience that will enable you to function as a valuable part of our effective Compliance workforce.
  • Group IT Graduate Programme
Financial and IT services are fast converging industries. Here at Group IT, we’re leading the charge by evolving our people and workplaces to meet rapidly changing business and customer needs. It’s an exciting time to work in technology, and we’re leading the pack by implementing the necessary changes to meet our customers’ needs.
  • Quantitative modelling programme
In our area, only two variables really count: risk for our business and value for our business. In this programme, we show you how to minimise the first and maximise the second, while giving you the blend of technical skills, real-world experience and personal development you need to build your career here.
  • Marketing graduate programme
Join our creative Marketing team on our graduate programme to have first-hand experience on how we partner with Business to craft solutions that drive growth. As you learn, you can help us shape a bank that never stops learning
  • Human Capital Graduate Programme
Our Human Capital strategy is focused on driving certain Human Capital priorities to deliver value to our shareholders, clients, employees and society.
  • Personal and Business Banking
How does a 154 year old bank behave like a start-up that improves the lives and fulfills the aspirations of South Africans? We do so by radically redefining our relationships with the people who inspire us; our clients. We do so by understanding and delivering what matters most to our people in a way that is authentic, friendly, warm and always vibrant – never boring.
What you’ll get
We’re committed to quality and value in everything we offer our customers. And because you’ll contribute to both from the moment you join us, it’s only fair we recognise the quality you bring. And just how much we value it.
You’ll see it in how we manage and reward your performance, as well as the extra benefits you could be entitled to – perhaps even shares in the bank. It all depends on the programme you choose, plus one huge factor: you.
How to apply
Applications close on 15 June 2017.
Click here to apply online

Vacation Work Opportunity at CSIR

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has Vacation Work opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate (Honours) students. The vacation work programme is designed to provide students with experience and understanding of research and development and the implementation thereof in projects. The programme is spread across various fields, with a strong focus in science, engineering, technology and mathematics.
The CSIR is a leading scientific and technology research organisation, implementing projects throughout Africa and making a difference in people’s lives.
Requirements
To qualify you must be a current student in the following disciplines:
  • bachelor degree in engineering in the following fields: • Electrical; • Aeronautical; • Biomedical; • Electronic; • Computer; • Mechatronic; • Mechanical; • Metallurgical; • Industrial; • Computer;
  • bachelor’s degree in the following fields: • Computer Science; • Applied Mathematics; • Biomedical; • Chemistry; • Information Technology; • Information Systems • Material Science • Biochemistry; • Physics;
  • Honours degree in the following fields: • Biomedical Engineering; • Industrial Engineering • Electronic; • Computer Engineering; • Computer Science;
  • Bachelor of Technology in the following fields:• Biochemistry; • Chemistry; • Physics • Chemical Engineering • Mechanical Engineering; • Metallurgical Engineering;
How to apply
Closing date is 31 May 2o17.
Should you be interested and are studying towards either of the qualification, please email your CV and academic records to jobapplications@csir.co.za with your name and surname, position title and full field of study on the subject line, (e.g. John Smith: Vacation Work: Reference No: BEng: Electrical).
PLEASE NOTE THAT FEEDBACK WILL BE GIVEN TO SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES ONLY.
For more info, please contact the CSIR Recruitment Centre on 012 841 4774 or email us at Recruitmentinfo@csir.co.za
Via – CSIR

Application Forms: Grade 12 Correctional Services Learnership at DCS


Closing Date: 02 June 2017 at 15:45
Duration: 12 Months
Stipend: R3500.00
The DCS is looking for persons from various communities, interests and with appropriate qualifications to enter into a Further Education and Training Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4). The function of these trainees shall be to contribute towards the rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community-based correctional supervision. English will be used as a medium of instruction.
Basic enlistment requirements
  • South Africans who are in possession of a Grade 12/Standard 10 Certificate; or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4).
NB:
Candidates with additional qualifications (s) such as  diploma or degree related corrections / penology / criminology shall be given a preference. Unemployed graduates who have completed other post school qualifications relevant to the correctional  services environment are also encouraged to apply. Additioinal qualifications shall not be recognised for the stipend paid or for future remuniration purposes.
Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who
  1. Are between 21 and 35 years of age;
  2. Have a strong character;
  3. Disclose information and be prepared to undergo personal suitability checks related to their background, citizenship, qualifications and criminal record
  4. Are law-abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of the pending criminal cases must be provided during the selection process).
  5. Are prepared to subject themselves to selection process conducted by DCS.

The FET Certificate In Corrections Services Learnership

The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in South Africa. The Corrections Services Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement between the employer, learner and service provider.
The Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting of:
The learnership comprises of ±30% of work which is theoretical or instructional learning and ±70% which is workplace learning in nature. the portion of the training will also include exposure to the correctional centres.
Theory
A ± 30% intensive instructional learning theory, which is inclusive of firearm, physical and self-defense training, which will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges. Free accommodation, meals, training material, uniform (field wear and tracksuit) shall be provided during this training phase. The obligatory theoretical training strictly requires the learner to be accommodated at the Training College on a full-time basis.

Workplace Training

This is a ± 70% workplace learning phase that shall take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units. Please note that this will entail duties related to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders. During this phase, learners shall continue receiving a stipend. The learners shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport. No pension fund, housing allowance, housing subsidy, danger allowance, medical aid or overtime shall be paid by the employer during the theoretical as well as during the practical training phases. The learner shall be declared competent after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and the successful external verification by SASSETA. Any contravention or deviation from the learnership agreement during the twelve months period shall be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. It should be borne in mind that after succesful completion of the learnership, succesful learners will receive an FET certificate in Correctional Services (NQF Level 4). However, the DCS does not guarantee permanent employment on the completion of the qualification.

How To Apply

Complete the application form in your own handwriting.

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The “Application for Admission to a Learnership in DCS” form is obtainable from all Correctional Services Offices or the DCS website. The e-DCS website is www.dcs.gov.za. Just click under Internships, the form can be found there. Please take note that these forms are not for sale.
Report any form of corruption to either the Department Investigation Unit Hotline 0800 701 701 or use fax number 012 323 7901.
Specify the learnership post which you are applying for (e.g. DCS Corrections Service Learnership: Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref E02). The application must be signed by the applicant (neither by a proxy, agent nor representative of the applicant).
Attach certified copies of your certificates and ID that are not older than 3 months.
Neither late, incomplete nor unsigned application forms shall be accepted. Furthermore, no photocopies of completed forms, faxed nor e-mailed applications shall be accepted.
Taking into consideration that you have to provide your own transport and accommodation during your experiential learning, you are therefore advised to apply for learnership enrolment within the Region or Management Area closest to your place of residence. The application forms with the accompanying documents can be hand-delivered or posted to the following addresses:

In the case of Western Cape applications, please use the address of the relevant management area.

Eastern Cape(Mr. Thwani: 043 706 7840)
  1. St. Albans (E01 / 2017)
  2. Amathole (E02 / 2017)
  3. Kirkwood (E03 / 2017)
  4. East London (E04 / 2017)
  5. Sada (E05 / 2017)
  6. Umthatha (E06 / 2017)
Regional Commissioner Eastern Cape, Recruitment Section, Private Bag X9013, East London 5200
Block E Ocean Terrance, Moore Street, Quigney, East London 5200
Free State and Northern Cape(Ms M. Maile: 051 404 0277)
  1. Groenpunt (E07  / 2017)
  2. Grootvlei (E08 / 2017)
  3. Colesburg (E09 / 2017)
  4. Kimberley (E10 / 2017)
  5. Upington (E11 / 2017)
  6. Goedemoed (E12 / 2017)
  7. Bizzah makhate (E13 / 2017)
Regional Commissioner
Free State and Northern Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X20530, Bloemfontein 9300.
103 Zastron Street, Agrimed Building
Bloemfontein
9300
Gauteng(012 420 0146, 012 420 0179)
  1. Leeuwkop (E14 / 2017)
  2. Pretoria (E15 / 2017)
  3. Baviaanspoort (E16 / 2017)
  4. Zonderwater (E17 / 2017)
  5. Johannesburg (E18 / 2017)
  6. Boksburg ( E19 / 2017)
  7. Modderbee (E20 / 2017)
  8. Krugersdorp (E21 / 2017)
Regional Commissioner Gauteng, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x393, Pretoria 0001
DSC Pretoria Training Centre, 04 Ketjen Street, Pretoria-West
KwaZulu Natal(Rajashree Moodley: 033 355 7359)
  1. Durban (E022 / 2017)
  2. Kokstad (E23 / 2017)
  3. Pietermaritzburg (E24 / 2017)
  4. Ncome (Ref: E25 / 2017)
  5. Empangeni (E26 / 2017)
  6. Glencoe (E27 / 2017)
  7. Waterval (E28 / 2017)
Regional Commissioner KwaZulu-Natal, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X9126, Pietermaritzburg 3200.
Correctional Services, 01 Eugene Marie Road, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg 3200
Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West(Eddie Nhlengethwa: 012 306 2025)
  1. Polokwane (E29 / 2017)
  2. Barberton (E30 / 2017)
  3. Bethal (E31 / 2017)
  4. Klerksdorp (E32 / 2017)
  5. Rooigrond (E33 / 2017)
  6. Rustenburg (E34 / 2017)
  7. Thohoyandou (E35 / 2017)
  8. Witbank (E36 / 2017)
Regional Commissioner Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North-West, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X142, Pretoria 0001.
Proes & Paul Kruger Street
198 Masada Building, 9th Floor, Pretoria, 0001
Western Cape(Fezile Ngcanga: 021 550 6078)
  1. West Coast(E37 / 2017)
  2. Drakenstein(E38 / 2017)
  3. Allandale( E39 / 2017)
  4. Brandvlei (E40 / 2017)
  5. Pollsmoor(E41 / 2017)
  6. Goodwood(E42 / 2017)
  7. Southern Cape(E43 / 2017)
  8. Voorberg (E44 / 2017)
  9. Overberg (E45 / 2017)
  10. Breede River(E46 / 2017)
The Regional Commisioner Western Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x1 Edgemead, 7407
Breede River Street, Monte Vista
Head Office(Ms. Rose Sekotlong: 012 305 8591)
  1. Head Office Security (HO 01 / 2017)
  2. Zonderwater College Security (HO 02 / 2017)
  3. Kroonstad College Security(HO 03 / 2017)
Private Bag X136
Pretoria
0001
124 WF Nkomo Street
Poyntons Building
Pretoria
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Grade 12 Bank Teller Opportunities at Capitec Careers


Closing Date: 25 May 2017
Capitec Bank is on the lookout for a dynamic, self-motivate team member sharing our passion for excellent client service. As a Service Consultant (Teller) you are required to deliver a quality front-line banking service to our clients within the branch by:
  • consulting with clients,
  • gathering and capturing of information,
  • deposit- taking transactions,
  • new client take on procedures and
  • assisting clients with general banking related queries.
Qualifications
  • National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational) essential
  •  Preferably a relevant tertiary qualification in Commence / Management

How To Apply

Apply for the Capitec Bank Teller Opportunity in Worcester
Apply for the Capitec Bank Teller Opportunity in East London
Apply for the Capitec Bank Teller Opportunity in Maclear
Apply for the Capitec Bank Teller Opportunity in Midrand
Apply for the Capitec Bank Teller Opportunity in Empangeni

Graduate / Internship Programme at Massmart

Location: Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal
For GDP: THE GDP OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE LEADERS IN OUR VARIOUS HEAD OFFICES WITH A FOCUS ON CRITICAL RETAIL SKILLS. The Massmart Careers Graduate Development Programme (GDP) ensures that talented young graduates have the right foundational knowledge and practical experience to become career retailers. The programme offers career streams in: merchandise (buying and planning); supply chain; marketing; business systems and process; business analysis and information system; industrial engineering and finance.
For SODP: THE SODP OFFERS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE LEADERS IN OUR VARIOUS STORES WITH A FOCUS ON STORE OPERATIONS. The Massmart Store Operations Development. Programme (SODP) is provides graduates the correct foundational retail knowledge and practical experience to become future retailers. It focuses on cultivating a strong talent pipeline within store operations by means of a theoretical and practical component.

Qualifications

  • Business Science,
  • Accounting (General),
  • Financial Management,
  • Supply Chain Management,
  • Business Management / Entrepreneurship,
  • Marketing,
  • Economics,
  • Statistics / Mathematics and
  • Information Systems

How To Apply

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